How to migrate to and in between cloud services without compromising service continuity.

If you have held back on migrating business-critical applications into the cloud, or you are considering to move services back into your datacenter, or to another cloud provider this session is for you.

Your services are live, end-users are on them – “hoping for the best” is not your strategy. You can’t afford to put the business at risk. How can you ensure a seamless and reliable transition without impacting the end-users?

In this session you will learn:

  • How to determine the health of your cloud and backend services.
  • How to manage the migration and configuration changes in real-time when moving to the cloud and in between clouds.
  • How to control your cloud providers and get the QoS the business demands.

Ido Safruti is VP of Product Strategy and leads Cotendo’s overall product and cloud computing strategy. He has extensive cross-functional experience in networking, security and high performance systems. Prior to joining Cotendo, Ido held several IT management positions including General Manager at Metacafe, one of the largest short video sites in the world. In this role he was responsible for R&D and IT operations, and was in charge of building the company’s infrastructure to scale from a few million users to 50 million unique monthly users. Prior to that he served as Head of Software, Chief Scientist, and R&D Manager at various companies focused on high capacity network software, hardware, and security systems.

Ido has a MSc in Computer Science from Tel Aviv University, and is a Talpiot graduate with a BSc in Mathematics and Physics from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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